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Elizabeth Long

Assistant Research Professor

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Elizabeth Long

Assistant Research Professor

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Elizabeth Long is an Assistant Research Professor and Director of Research and Evaluation with the Research-to-Policy Collaboration (RPC). In this role, she leads the quantitative evaluation of the RPC’s impact and investigates strategies for improving the reach of research among policymakers. Given her background in examining the etiology of substance misuse, she is particularly interested in bridging substance use research and policy. She has substantial experience surveying legislative staff and has published on best practices for doing so. Dr. Long is also involved in examining the use of research in legislation through deductive coding of legislative bills.

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